|First released||June 2013|
|Predecessor||Samsung Galaxy Pocket Plus|
|Successor||Samsung Galaxy Pocket 2|
|Dimensions||105 x 57.8 x 11.8 mm|
|Operating system||Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean with TouchWiz Nature UX|
|CPU||Broadcom BCM21654 ARM Cortex-A9 850 MHz processor or 800 MHz ST-Ericsson Novathor U8800 Arm Cortex A9 dual core|
|GPU||Videocore IV or Mali-400|
|Memory||512 MB or 768 MB|
|Removable storage||MicroSD support for up to 32 GB|
|Data inputs||capacitive touchscreen, accelerometer|
|Display||QVGA TFT LCD, 3.0 in diagonal. 240 x 320 px, 256K colors|
|Rear camera||2 Megapixel|
|Connectivity||2G: 850 900 1800 1900 MHz
3G: 1900 2100 MHz
HSDPA: 7.2 Mbps
HSUPA: 5.76 Mbps
Bluetooth: v4.0 with A2DP
The Samsung Galaxy Pocket Neo is an Android smartphone manufactured by Samsung that was released in June 2013 as the successor to the Samsung Galaxy Pocket Plus. The handset is still budget-oriented, sporting a larger 3-inch LCD. Its specifications are similar to that of the Samsung Galaxy Pocket Plus, with only minor upgrades such as the OS which is Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean and the screen size. The Pocket Neo is powered by an 850 MHz processor and offers a set of connectivity options including 3G, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 4.0. Internally, it comes with 4 GB of storage which can be further expanded to up to 32 GB using a microSD card, and with 1200 mAh Li-ion battery.
The Samsung Galaxy Pocket Neo comes with a 3-inch TFT Display and a QVGA resolution screen. It also features GPS 2.0, a 2MP Rear Camera, and the Social Hub app. The Social Hub combines every account registered on the phone to be unified in a single app.
The phone runs Samsung's TouchWiz Nature UX skinned Android 4.1.2 OS. The Samsung Galaxy Pocket Neo, like its predecessors, is still marketed as "Pocket Friendly," because it can be slipped inside pockets easily despite the larger size.
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